As the world attempts to digest the horror of what just happened in Pakistan this morning when Taliban terrorists attacked a military school and killed over 100 children, there’s one thing we need to remember:

Bingo.

But this isn’t what many pundits had to say when defending the president and his team for negotiating the deal to swap Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl for five senior Taliban detainees in the first place. You see, it was supposed to be good news for everyone involved:

Michael Crowley, Time: Obama Didn’t Negotiate With ‘Terrorists’ for Bergdahl

Fred Kaplan, Slate: What People Don’t Understand About the Bergdahl Deal

CNN: Obama: ‘I make absolutely no apologies’ for Bergdahl swap

John Knefel, Rolling Stone: Four Myths About the Bowe Bergdahl Swap That Must Be Destroyed

Anybody else see a pattern developing? We do:

And National Review’s Jim Geraghty points out another pesky fact that the MSM will surely overlook — Mitt Romney was right all along:

Suspending? Why. President Obama didn’t acknowledge the Taliban were behind today’s attack:

Let’s help the White House out here, as the Taliban have already claimed credit for the attack and Taliban supporters are justifying it on Twitter:

Over to you, White House. Do the negotiations with the Taliban continue after today’s horror?

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Hey, Hillary: Please explain how we should ‘empathize’ with the Taliban child killers in the #PeshawarAttack

‘RIP Humanity’: Terror attack at school in Pakistan kills 100+ children [photos]; Update: Attack over, report that all 9 Taliban terrorists killed, death toll rises to 135

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